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I’m not Catholic, never have claimed to be, and am quite content with my relationship with Jesus. (By the way, He is risen today!) However, this year I decided to observe Lent from Ash Wednesday to and including the day … Continue reading
Consider the following quote from the blog “Mental Health and Happiness:” “Worrying is for some a full time occupation. Mark Twain said “I have spent most of my time worrying about things that never happened.” Any time you spend worrying … Continue reading
I found this in a periodic email I get from the William Glasser Institute: “Want to improve your mental health and happiness? Start cultivating your attitude of gratitude. How? Today, start making a list of all of the miracles you … Continue reading
Do we choose to be miserable? I know that’s a question that might shock you because you might be thinking, “How can I choose to be miserable?” But I’m starting to think that misery is a choice, though sometimes we … Continue reading
http://www.cbsnews.com/news/making-raped-teens-relive-trauma-through-exposure-therapy-works-study-says/ I found the article–link above–nearly a year ago. In a nutshell, it says that reliving a traumatic experience–in this case, sexual assault–actually promotes healing from the trauma of the event. It is a surprising that such a thing would … Continue reading
Have you ever made a vow? Was it hard to keep? I’ve found that it is difficult to keep the few vows I have made (except my wedding vows). Perhaps it’s good to know the difference between vows and goals. … Continue reading